Srikumar S. Rao at our 2009 conference

One of the highlights of our 2009 conference on happiness at work in Copenhagen was Dr. Srikumar S. Rao’s wonderfully inspiring and funny presentation.

His presentation focused specifically on two traps you must avoid, that keep us from becoming happy. You can watch the entire speech here (18 minutes):

Dr. Rao is the man behind the pioneering course Creativity and Personal Mastery. This is the only business school course that has its own alumni association and it has been extensively covered in the media including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the London Times, the Independent, Time, the Financial Times, Fortune, the Guardian, Business Week and dozens of other publications.

10 thoughts on “Srikumar S. Rao at our 2009 conference”

  1. That was an awesome video! I usually stay away from long videos online, but I’m glad I decided to check this one out.

    He seems to reiterate wisdom that many of us have heard before, however he has a way of delivering it that has an extra impact.

  2. Great video, I don’t have a long attention span so an 18 minute video is a very long one for me but I enjoyed every minute of it, I also rarely forward on things for others to read/view but I have sent this on to many. Thanks for a great post.


  3. If you decided to first check the comments and then decide whether to watch the video, I’m telling you: do watch it, do bookmark, do come back to it in several months just to remind yourself that it’s all within the mind.

    And thumbs up for Dr. Srikumar S. Rao

  4. This is a great video. Short and to the point. I downloaded it. And I suggest to you that all of you do the same.

    He talks about whatever you are doing, you are going on a journey. Instead of going on the journey of listening on the radio, why not go on the journey and play this?

    This is gold and will make me buy his book.

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